Friday, December 15, 2006

Modern Chypre and Substitution Chords In Music

The Case For Mossless Chypre: In music, when you get to the point where you can play and enjoy playing substitution chords, bass notes can be merely implied and not actually there at all. You can even play a tritone sub and the chord is different but fits in all the same. I believe the same goes for the new breed of oakmossless Chypre. If the structure implies one, moss doesn't have to be there for it to be one.

Can I get an Amen? :-)